Broomfield, Colorado - Oct 2020
Zmanda, a leader in open source enterprise backup solutions, announced the new software release of Zmanda Recovery Manager (ZRM) for MySQL & MariaDB backups. In this release, Zmanda has made security, reliability, and affordability its key focus. ZRM 3.9 will mean IT teams no longer need to choose between affordability and feature-richness. They can now have both.
ZRM 3.9 will be one of the most reliable and affordable MySQL & MariaDB backup solutions on the market. It is designed to help IT teams create flexible, yet scalable backup policies for their environments.
What is included in the New Release?
Backup and recover data from:
- MySQL 8.0
- MySQL-Cluster 8.0
- Mariabackup 10.x
- Xtrabackup 8.0
- MySQL Enterprise Backup 4.1
- MySQL Enterprise Backup 8.0
Product support extended to:
- Ubuntu 20.04
- RHEL 8
- CentOS 8
- OEL 8
- Fedora 30,31
- Debian 10
- SUSE 15
- OpenSUSE 15
This release extends support to newer versions of operating systems. IT teams will also be able to implement Zmanda in hybrid environments (cloud and on-premise) with new options and MySQL cluster support.
“We are super excited to see this release come to life. With ZRM 3.9 release, our customers will have several types of backup options to meet their data compliance and disaster recovery objectives such as Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective (RPO)”
Pavan Raj, Director
For many IT teams, enterprise backup has become a labor-intensive and expensive necessity. With ever-changing storage trends, teams need one solution that can keep up with both traditional and modern storage equipment. To learn more details about ZRM 3.9 features please visit this link.
Zmanda (zmanda.com) is the world’s leading provider of open source backup and recovery software. Our open source development and distribution model enables us to deliver the highest quality backup software such as Amanda Enterprise and Zmanda Recovery Manager for MySQL at a fraction of the cost of software from proprietary vendors.
Zmanda contributes significant development resources to open source data protection projects that share our vision. We also provide hardware, collaboration tools, and financial assistance to key developers in the open-source community.